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Lecture Note 2 - Linear Time-Invariant Systems
Y. Hua
1) Convolution: y(t) =
x( )h(t )d where h(t) is the impulse response of the system.
Hint of proof: any x(t) can be written as x(t) =
x( )(t )d . The response to (t)
is dened as h(t). Then, the respon
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Lab 6: Active Filters
Lab Section: 022
TA: John Butler
Objective:
In this experiment, we will be using a signal generator, the DMM, a two channel single time base
oscilloscope, op-amps, resistors, and
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Lab 1: Phasor Analysis Of Circuits
Lab Section: 022
TA: John Butler
Objective:
In this experiment, we will be studying the magnitude and phase relationships in circuits by using an
op-amp
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Summary
Sine waves
The sinusoidal waveform (sine wave) is the fundamental
alternating current (ac) and alternating voltage waveform.
Electrical sine waves are
named from the
mathematical function
with the same shape.
EE 001B
SINUSOIDS AND PHASOR
EE 001B
STEADY-STATE SINUSOIDS
CIRCUIT ANALYSIS
Overview
This chapter applies the circuit analysis
introduced in the DC circuit analysis for AC
circuit analysis.
Nodal and mesh analysis are discussed.
Superposition and source transformation for
AC circ
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Summary
Identifying series-parallel relationships
Most practical circuits have
combinations of series and parallel
components.
Components that are connected in
series will share a common path.
EE 001B
SHORT REVIEW
Components that are connected i
EE 001B
ELEMENTS REVIEW
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Summary
Resistance
Resistance is the opposition to current.
One ohm (1 W) is the resistance if one ampere (1 A) is in a
material when one volt (1 V) is applied.
Conductance is the reciprocal of resistance.
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Components design
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FREQUENCY RESPONSE
Overview
This chapter will introduce the idea of the
transfer function: a means of describing the
relationship between the input and output of
a circuit.
The concept of resonance as applied to RLC
circuits will be covered as w
EE 001B
MUTUAL INDUCTANCE &
LINEAR TRANSFORMERS
Overview
This chapter introduces the concept of
mutual inductance.
The general principle of magnetic coupling is
covered first.
This is then applied to the case of mutual
induction.
The chapter finishes
EE 001B
DC CIRCUIT ANALYSIS
REVIEW
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Nodal Analysis
If instead of focusing on the voltages of the circuit elements,
one looks at the voltages at the nodes of the circuit, the
number of simultaneous equations to solve for can be reduced.
Given a circuit wi
EE 001B
AC POWER
Overview
This chapter will cover the concept of power
in an AC circuit.
The difference between instantaneous power
and average power will be discussed.
The difference between resistive and reactive
power will be introduced.
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Lecture Note 1 - Basics of Signals and Systems
Y. Hua
1) Examples of signals
2) Examples of systems
3) Abstraction of signal: any function of a variable such as the time variable t
4) Abstraction of system: a relationship between two signals - typically
Chapter 1
Basic Concepts
1.1 Introduction
What’s in this course?
Analysis of basic circuits
Simple design.
Analysis:
How to the different circuit elements interact
and how do they respond to certain inputs?
Pre—Requisites:
Math 150B Calculus: integration,